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Fine/Fine. 0878337059 Hardcover, with dust jacket, book in Fine condition, DJ in Fine condition, no stamps or writing, 16 pages of glossy photos, looks like new, no flaws to note, Recollections of the 1955-64 New York Yankees,
Like New. Z789. Like new; no internal markings; has only lost its Brand New shine. No pricing stickers. No remainder mark. Stored in sealed plastic protection. In the event of a problem we guarantee full refund. 1990. Z789.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Small blank ink remainder mark on top near spine that bleeds onto tops of inside pages a bit. Excellent copy otherwise. Appears unread. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. 220 p. Audience: General/trade.
Publishers Weekly, 1990-04-13 In the decade beginning in 1955, the Yankees won nine pennants and four world championships under the leadership of Casey Stengel, Ralph Houk and Yogi Berra. This sequel to The Men of Autumn comprises interviews with players active during the period: Whitey Ford, Jim Bouton and Enos Slaughter, as well as many journeyman athletes long since forgotten. But of the players most fans would like to hear from, Roger Maris and Elston Howard were dead when the volume was assembled; Mickey Mantle and Berra refused to be interviewed. The result is a book that falls as flat as a ground-out to second base--one that will very likely appeal only to Yankee diehards starved for still more information, however marginal, about the team's distant history. Photos not seen by PW. (May)
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